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MDTF and Gravity Forms conflict

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Hi there, we are experiencing an issue where MDTF is breaking Gravity Forms in the WP backend. This is the error we are seeing:

[27-May-2021 20:15:57 UTC] PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught ArgumentCountError: Too few arguments to function MetaDataFilter::admin_notices(), 0 passed in /srv/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/common.php on line 5662 and exactly 1 expected in /srv/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/meta-data-filter/index.php:582

We contacted Gravity forms to see if the issue was on their side. They told us the following: the following hooks may not be being used correctly in the MDTF plugin: admin_notices or network_admin_notices

Please advise.
Thanks,
Chris

Hello Chris

Try  in  file -\wp-content\plugins\meta-data-filter\index.php - change  code - https://share.stackovergo.com/image/i20210528114032.png

public static function admin_notices($notices = "") {

and  do  a  test

Hello Pablo,

I tried the changes that you tell me and it worked for me.

Thanks very much.

Hello

Welcome;)